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InnoGear receiver has three signal options, including light signals for users with limited hearing.
A. alarm only
B. light only.
C. light and alarm.
1. Melody sounds for selection.
2. Low battery indication.
3. Emergency alarm for the elderly
4. The disabled / patients care alert
5. Pregnant women / confinement care alert
6. Wake up alarm
7. Children care alert.
8. 16 digital codes are built in to ensure that another unit being operated close-by will not cause interference or false alarms.
9. The wireless, easy mounting design does not damage wall and allows portable use of the receiver, as well as the transmitter.
1. Remote Receiver *1
2. Call Button *1
3. User Manual
How long is the battery life?
We have used for at least two months batteries are good
By Jack Rose on April 27, 2015
How do you get it to stop playing without using the transmitter???!!!! When I hit the sounds button and the melody will keep playing indefinitely.
If you hit the volume button the alarm on the device turns off. Tested it repeatedly. This inexpensive alarm system works very well for my elderly Mom and her caregivers. Woke me despite my hearing loss when Mom needed my attention and allowed me anxiety free sleep.
By Gardening Girl on February 19, 2015
WHAT BATTERIES ARE NEEDED
Actually it is aaa instead of aa
By Mei X. on August 8, 2014
If you get two sets, can both call buttons be set to alert both receivers at same time?
Yes. You can set the button to work with multiple receivers. Use the same procedure to set both receivers to the button. I think it is hold down the middle button of the receiver and press the red button. repeat for both receivers. See instruction manual for exact procedure of sync-ing to receiver.
By Amazon Customer on December 10, 2015
What are the measurements of the receiver? Is it small enough for a pocket?
This was purchased for a friend so I do not have the measurements but I do remember having this discussion about placing the receiver in a pocket. The receiver was designed to be placed on a table. It would not easily fit in a standard sized pocket.
By Dale Washlake on April 19, 2017
Can a person who have limited muscle strength press the call button with no problem?
I work with people with have physical challenges. The button is between quarter to half dollar size. If it were lying on a flat surface, they would have no problem applying enough pressure with their finger/hand. If it is hanging around their neck: as long as they are able to bring their hand to their chest it shouldn't be a problem
By valkdaddy on June 1, 2016